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CMOS and Beyond: Logic Switches for Terascale Integrated Circuits

CMOS and Beyond: Logic Switches for Terascale Integrated Circuits

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Cambridge University Press, 2/5/2015
EAN 9781107043183, ISBN10: 1107043182

Hardcover, 436 pages, 24.7 x 17.4 x 2.5 cm
Language: English

Get up to speed with the future of logic switch design with this indispensable overview of the most promising successors to modern CMOS transistors. Learn how to overcome existing design challenges using novel device concepts, presented using an in-depth, accessible, tutorial-style approach. Drawing on the expertise of leading researchers from both industry and academia, and including insightful contributions from the developers of many of these alternative logic devices, new concepts are introduced and discussed from a range of different viewpoints, covering all the necessary theoretical background and developmental context. Covering cutting-edge developments with the potential to overcome existing limitations on transistor performance, such as tunneling field-effect transistors (TFETs), alternative charge-based devices, spin-based devices, and more exotic approaches, this is essential reading for academic researchers, professional engineers, and graduate students working with semiconductor devices and technology.

1. Energy-efficiency limits of digital circuits based on CMOS transistors Elad Alon
2. Beyond transistor scaling
alternative device structures for the terascale regime Zachery A. Jacobson and Kelin J. Kuhn
3. Benchmarking alternative device structures for the terascale regime Zachery A. Jacobson and Kelin J. Kuhn
4. Extending CMOS with negative capacitance Asif Islam Khan and Sayeef Salahuddin
5. Designing a low voltage, high current tunneling transistor Sapan Agarwal and Eli Yablonovitch
6. Tunnel transistors Alan Seabaugh, Zhengping Jiang and Gerhard Klimeck
7. Graphene and 2D crystal tunnel transistors Qin Zhang, Pei Zhao, Nan Ma, Grace (Huili) Xing and Debdeep Jena
8. Bilayer pseudospin field effect transistor Sanjay Bannerjee, Frank Register and Dharmendar Reddy
9. Computation and learning with metal-insulator transitions and emergent phases in correlated oxides You Zhou, Sieu D. Ha and Shriram Ramanathan
10. The piezo-electronic transistor Paul M. Solomon, Bruce G. Elmegreen, Matt Copel, Marcelo A. Kuroda, Susan Trolier-McKinstry, Glenn J. Martyna and Dennis M. Newns
11. Mechanical switches Tsu-Jae King Liu and Rhesa Nathanael
12. Nanomagnetic logic
from magnetic ordering to magnetic computing György Csaba, Gary H. Bernstein, Alexei Orlov, Michael T. Niemier, X. Sharon Hu and Wolfgang Porod
13. Spin torque majority gate logic Dmitri E. Nikonov and George I. Bourianoff
14. Spin wave phase logic Alexander Khitun
15. Interconnect considerations Ahmet Ceyhan, Shaloo Rakheja and Azad Naeemi.